The 23-year-old singer, songwriter and musician, describes her sound as “something jazzy meets kind of crazy… if Bjork had arranged something for Ella Fitzgerald or Billie Holiday to sing over.” It’s a sound she’s crafted all by herself, utilizing a pair of keyboards, a cheap microphone and a MacBook inside the confines of her tiny bathroom in Dallas, TX.
Wildcat Apollo, established in Brooklyn in 2012 and now based in Austin, TX, delves into psychedelic rock, electronic, shoegaze, dance and pop music to create their eclectic and infectious sound. They pull from a wide range of artistic influences, exploring and creating music in a truly collaborative group environment.
Formed: the brink of summer, a moldy asthmatic basement. Drinkin the last sips, every last box of wine, what moon things. saw the tasty crevice of light, born again. it’s the fourth wave, and we’re cummin.
Called “the best kind of singer-songwriter” by The Dallas Observer, Vanessa Peters has played over 1000 shows in 11 countries since 2003, receiving accolades from abroad and in her hometown of Dallas, where she was recently nominated as “Best Folk Artist.” She continues to tour the US and in Europe, where she has a strong fan base thanks to the albums she made with her former Italian band, Ice Cream on Mondays.
Vaadat Charigim is an Israeli rock band formed in Tel Aviv in 2012. The band’s name is roughly translated as “exceptions committee”. On the band’s lyrics, which are entirely sung in Hebrew, lead singer Haring stated: “Some of the songs are about being stuck. Others are about the world ending or the feeling that the world as a modern concept has long ended, and instead there is chaos, morally speaking.”